The Harvard Crimson (3-0) will try to extend a three-game win streak when they visit the UMass Minutemen (2-0) on November 17, 2023 at William D. Mullins Memorial Center. The matchup airs on ESPN+.
UMass won its previous game against Quinnipiac, 102-81, on Monday. Rahsool Diggins starred with 22 points, and also had two rebounds and two assists. In its previous game, Harvard topped Northeastern on Tuesday, 80-56. Malik Mack scored a team-high 22 points (and contributed three assists and six boards).
When is UMass vs. Harvard and when does it start?
This contest between the Minutemen and Crimson will take place on Friday, November 17, 2023. Expect to see the opening tip at 7:00 PM ET.
Where to Watch UMass vs. Harvard
The Minutemen and Crimson will take to the floor at William D. Mullins Memorial Center for this matchup on November 17, and if you’d like to catch the game live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN+.
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UMass Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
On offense, UMass was the 216th-ranked team in college basketball (69.8 points per game) last season. On defense, it was 221st (71.4 points allowed per game).
Last year, the Minutemen scored 69.8 points per game, only 3.4 more points than the 66.4 the Crimson gave up.
Beyond the arc, UMass was 324th in the country in 3-pointers made per game (5.9) last season. It was 254th in 3-point percentage at 32.8%.
The Minutemen scored 75.9 points per game when playing at home last season, compared to 68.2 points per game in away games, a difference of 7.7 points per contest.
Harvard Stats, Odds & Insights (2022-23)
Harvard was 266th in the country last season with 68.4 points per game. At the other end of the court, it ranked 69th with 66.4 points allowed per contest.
The Crimson put up only 3.0 fewer points per game last year (68.4) than the Minutemen gave up to opponents (71.4).
Harvard, who was 270th in college basketball with 6.6 treys per game, shot just 30.8% from downtown, which was 21st-worst in college basketball.
The Crimson put up fewer points at home (67.1 per game) than away (68.3) last season.
Minutemen Key Players (2022-23)
Crimson Key Players (2022-23